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thrive police are investigating the death of a young union city man. it all started when a woman was taking out her trash. we'll explain. a car plunges over and the surprising news about the two people inside the car. >> reporter: just two hours from now, negotiations will resume in a week-long grocery strike involving raley's supermarkets. and why a tragic killings
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that led to a warning for homeless women in one bay area city. "mornings on 2" begins right now. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's monday, november 12th. an east bay woman is making -- made a shocking discovery on 10th street in union city. janine de la vega is live on the scene with more. >> reporter: good morning, tori. that's because a man was found in a trash can. family and friends are grieving him this morning. they are too shaken up to speak on camera. but they've set up candles here to honor his memory. police were called here on 10th street after a woman taking out her trash found an
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unconsciousman inside. they recognize him t was their family friend who stayed on and off at -- him t was their family friend who stay -- him. it was their family friend who stayed with him from time to time. they say at the hospital, it was determined there was alcohol in his system and they also say he did suffer from medical issues and had an ulcer. police say he didn't have any injuries on his body but they are investigating. again, back out here live, the body was found in a trash can like the one you are looking at. but the woman says that a second crash can that did not belong to her had perez inside and was put here. so that leads them to believe that he may have been brought here in that condition. we've put in calls to the police department and we're hoping to get more information on the case. we know that an autopsy has not
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been done on his body. we're hoping to update this as the morning goes on. we're following developments in the grocery strike of rayly's and nob hill's. alex savidge is live with more to tell us what is going on. >> reporter: workers believe this has been an effective strike and that's why management decided to resume talks that will happen later on this morning. you can see a handful ofof this street. and then you can see some folks over there in front of the entrance to the store. everyone feeling hopeful about getting the deal done. management and the union representing 7500 grocery storkers. door negotiations resumed yesterday a week after workers walked off the job. these are rayly's nob hill and bel air.
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both sides have agreed not to discuss the ongoing negotiations. these renewed talks can bring in a new contract. that's what motivated management to get back to the bargaining table. i absolutely do. we have so much community support. people bring us food every day. there is a woman who picks up her sign -- pick up signs and have been supportive. >> reporter: i left a message a short time ago for the raley's supermarket spokesperson. the union is encouraging them 20 remain on the picket line. you can imagine that a lot of folks here want to get a --
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want to get a good job done here. back to you. about a dozen workers are on picket lines in sacramento outside of a hostess plant. the picketing started yesterday with a proposal of cutting salaries 8% and layoff warnings. new this morning, east coast areas still recovering from super storm sandy have another issue to deal with. new york residents say curious gawkers have been cruising streets and cars. some of the onlookers are even taking pictures. it's not sitting well with residents. many are still having to clean up the damage. the head of the power company
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that serves new york long island says he understands the frustration is about 75,000 homes and businesses are still without power. he says the storm was much worse than expected. it's unsafe to reconnect 55,000 homes and businesses. some angry taking to the streets to protest. 14,000 new jersey residents are without electricity. dianne feinstein says it hit her like a lightning bolt when cia director david petraeus suddenly resigned because of an extramarital area. coming up at 7:15, how the fbi found out about the anare and the questions being asked about the timing of the fbi's revelation. chevron's plans to fix the damaged refinery in richmond is not connected to have a major
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impact on reducing pollution levels. a corroded pipe was the cause. the "chronicle" reports that chevron will be able to produce new points for ignition technology. chevron says it will improve filtering equipment. company executives say their repairs meet industry standards. some are calling for the best technology available. who do you think has the longest commute in california? california watch is reporting that designation goes to contra costa county. people who live in contra costa county spend an average of 32.8 minutes in their cars every day. in contra costa county, 17% of the people travel an hour or more to get to work. compared to humboldt, the average commute is about 17 minutes. around the state, fewer than
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one in 10 california residents commute for more than an hour. speaking of commuting, let's check in with sal. many people have the day off for veterans day so i'm thinking it will be lieser -- lighter than unusual. let's take a look at some of -- at some of these commutes. you will be able to tell immediately at the toll plaza where it is light. you don't have to worry about getting into the city. there's certainly people out there. same thing with san francisco, northbound 101 traffic looks good. no problems on 280. on the nimitz freeway. 7:08. let's go to steve it's cold. yes, yes, yes. but not as cold as sunday morning when we had clear skies. saw a little ice out there.
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colder start, though, for many. we had a pretty cold system. a couple of degrees. yesterday was a cold day, even though this was -- was sunny. low to mid-60s today. san jose will be the warmest on this panel at 65. but a little warmer probably into wednesday. high pressure says i'm not that strong. i'm going to send everything to the north. upper 60s. maybe eke out a 70. ignore that. that's just needback from the sacramento radar a lot of 30s. plenty to go around. it could be colder in we didn't have a slight breeze. the more clouds, the more you
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go -- you can see them stretching right there and there. a stronger system digs offshore for wednesday. eventually the system will make our way -- make its way toward us. a lot of lead time. partly sunny to the north. some higher clouds. temperatures starting off in the 30s and 40s. we'll end up with 60s, coast, bay, inland. it will be a fine line. temperatures very close all around. santa cruz probably the warmest at 67. not much change accept a little warmer into midweek. then we'll watch the next system work its way to the coast. again, i think the system might even come in late or even monday. tori and dave. 7:10. a desperate plea for a woman  from dash it for a woman who has a bone disease. her two wheelchair equipped
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vehicles were stolen. they were stolen in front of her home last night. one of the cars is a 1999 gold van. the other car is a 2000 black honda crv. now, she thinks she left the car keys dangling from her honda. both vehicles have more than $28,000 in modifications just for her. if you have any information call menlo police. 7:11. vallejo police are investigating an armed robbery at a pool hall. police say two men went into the facility on solano avenue around 1:30 on saturday morning. they were armed with guns. no one was hurt. 7:11. they were turned away at the ballot box. why some people say yes, they registered to vote were not able to cast a ballot.
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off to a cold star. we'll have highs in the 60s. another shakeup for the british broadcasting corporation stemming from the coverage of two child sex abuse scandals. two executives are temporarily giving up their duties while an internal investigation is completed. george entwistle aired a storily wrongly accusing a politician of child sex abuse. weeks before that, it was
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revealed the media organization failed to report on child sex abuse allegations involving a former bbc host. there's a lot of questions about david petraeus' resignation after admitting toen -- to an extra mirror ray tall affair. jacqueline fell -- extra mara tell affair. jacqueline fell has more. >> reporter: kelly sent a statement saying that she and the general are family friends. as more details emerge, lawmakers want to know why he are just now learning about the affair. dietop ann feinstein says she's be -- dianne feinstein says she'll be asking why. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national
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security. >> reporter: a spokesperson for eric canter said he talked about the -- talked to the fbi about his affair and he was expected to testify this week about the texas in benghazi. feinstein says petraeus' resignation has nothing to do with what happened in libya. another insider attack in afghanistan and another member of the u.s.-led coalition there has been killed. authorities say the gunman was wearing an army -- an afghan army uniform. the six coalition members who have been killed so far, in about 45 of those insider attacks. new this morning in syria, a fighter jet bombed a part of
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syria today near the turkish border. the force of it shattered windows. this comes as there's word that there's a new opposition leader being formed, under pressure from the international community. >> it appears congress may be ready to tackle immigration reform. charms shumer/schumer of new york says he and lindsey graham of south carolina are going to restart talks shelfed two years ago. charles schumer says being antiimmigrant does not work for him politically. and in san francisco, the race for the district supervisor seat remains too close to call. through six rounds of voting, norman yee has 11,945.
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labor deed leader -- leader crowley has 11,924. that's a difference of just 21 votes. election workers say there are 3,000 provisional ballots to count. we're hearing that some people who registered to vote at dmv offices found themselves not able to vote. the federal motor voter law enacted in 1995 requires the dmv to offer people the ability to vote. a memorial will be scheduled held for david beanie will be sold -- will be held
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saturday. a memorial ceremony was held last week for strobel at the airport. >> that wreath was laid by president obama at the tomb of the unknowns. he size america will never forget the sacrifices made by veterans or interest family -- or their families. the president praised the 9/11 soldiers. the mission solano shelter is dedicating a flagpole as part of its tribute to homeless victims. one/fifth are homeless victims.
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a fly over capped off the dedication ceremony. almost 2,000 people showed up for yesterday's event. the memorial features granite slab, each representing a branch of the military. names of veterans, some who made the ultimate sacrifice are engraved. they are still taking engraving orders. we have more coverage on our website. it's chilly on this earths day morning as we look outside our window. clear but -- on this veterans
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day morning as we look outside our window. a little bit slowing here. we'll take a look at san jose traffic and the rest of the commute -- straight ahead. 3q
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california's getting ready take its next step for cutting greenhouse gas emotions -- emissions. on wednesday, they will hold the first auction. under the law, big polluters must buy credits to account for their emotions -- emissions but
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may also sell them. they hope to drive california toward a clean energy economy. the chp wants to know if you are too sleep foy drive. better keep our eyes open. because the chp is launching a week-long crackdown on croucy driving. the chp says drowsy driving is about as dangerous as driving drunk. coming up on 7:24. hoping everyone is wide awake behind the wheel. how are things going in downtown san jose? >> okay. we've been looking at one of the slowest commutes on a regular monday. i want to show you 280, northbound right to downtown on the right. you can see traffic is just fine. just a lot of schools today are observing veterans day, even though veterans day was yesterday. but right now, it's having an effect on the commute. looking at the east bay,
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southbound 880, southbound 8 0 they are clearing a crash -- 880 they are clearing a crash. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a lot of 30s. let's get used to that. the afternoon highs will come up a little bit. at least through wednesday or thursday and then we'll see have to if we get clouds in here. really not going to do much, cold mornings. high clouds. but all in all a gradual warmup a little bit more today. upper 60s. today will be lower 60s.
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it's cold. mostly sunny, mostly fair. a few high clouds. we're not going to see a difference in that. 60s on the temperatures. overall, a quiet pattern, it looks like a quiet pattern. some clouds roll in, maybe some rain late but it might hold off until monday. 7:5. family members -- 7:25. a family of a man found death want just physical. >> why they are blaming what they call a lack of police action for the man's death -- justice. why are they -- they are blaming the police for lack of action. >> reporter: two men survive a
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horrific crash after their car plunges. [ crickets chirping ]
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killing has prompted a safety warning. >> reporter: good morning. we're here at a homeless women's shelter. a lot of these people knew the victim. they are asked to row main on high alert. the victim had recently become moments -- homeless herself. police say the woman was -- the individual was shot inian town san jose. the investigators believe she was likely killed where she was stabbed. we some pictures of her on myspace and she had been struggle with trauma from molestation. she kim to hum belt to start a drug recovery program but cropped -- dropped out. right now, police are working with homeless in the area has
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ally -- as well as family in humboldt county. now, we's -- we've put a call into the sergeant on the case. homeless women around here are being told to remain vigilant for their own safety. hopefully we'll be able to talk to some of them to let you know how they are feeling. in overnight news, a driver was arrested after his car plunged off an overpass and down onto a busy freeway in pinole. >> reporter: police believe this driver was driving under the influence. police arrested a 20-year-old driver from concord on suspicion of driving under the influence shortly after the accident happened. but police believe the accident happened here in pinole. pinole police it appears the driver was coming westbound,
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had just exited the freeway, made a left-hand turn at this intersections then instead of straightening out, drifted into the concrete barrier. the car plunged onto the freeway below. it landed completely upside down in the right-hand signed of -- right-hand lane of interstate 80. the driver wars not injured. he had a 21-year-old passenger from condition cord -- concord who was not injured and declined to go to the hospital for treatment. parts of a 20-foot chunk of the barrier fell on the free when the car plowed through it. you can see where caltrans nailed a guardrail on the barrier to cover up the gap.
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they have plastic barricades out there for ped safety. this is not supposed to to affect traffic at all. in fact, it has not. the lanes have been -- the lanes have remained open. 7:32. the family of a man who was found dead in a hayward auto body shop now want answers. family and friends held this $$vigil for 19-year-old ernesto carrios. they say they discovered his body inside the auto repair shop. he was last seen october 31st. >> none of us know what happened. that's the hardest part about the whole thing. we don't have answer. the only answer we got was finding him there -- finding him here. >> the family says he will be
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cremated. a war memorial of veterans is standing in the mojave -- mojave desert. the cross out there was once on federal land but this april, the judge approved a land swap with the veterans of foreign affairs. >> this has a special place for those veterans and their sacrifice and this cross is something special. it's sacred ground. >> the cross is a replacement for a cross stolen after a 2010 supreme court decision allowing the memorial. the stolen cross was found in half moon bay and it will be returned. thousands of people returned -- turned out toen -- turned out
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-- turned out. michael henrick is live in indianapolis in indianapolis where there was an explosion. what's the latest, michael. >> reporter: well, we're right on the edge of the neighborhood. it's an active crime scene. we're not able to get as close as we might normally get two days after an explosion like this. right now, it's snowing. for hours it rained. this will play a big role in this investigation. it's affecting the evidence that these investigators might otherwise be able to collect and they were working all day yesterday trying to figure out what happened. just to give you a little background. the explosion took place and rocked this neighborhood in the 11:00 hour saturday night. that's eastern time here in
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indianapolis. 80 homes were affected. five completely destroyed. the home that actually exploded -- exploded was empty. the homeowners were out of town. the two people who died lived next door. a second grade teacher and an audio engineer in independent and list who lost their lives living next door to the house. now, this homeowner is being questioned. we were very specific. they said the person is not being delaned -- detained but they are being questioned. citizens energy determines that there were no gas leaks in their part of the operation from the street up to the house. what investigators believe happened is that a gas leak inside the house, so right now, they are working hard to determine whether this really was an accident or if there was intent in this sort of
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explosion given that the homeowner was out of town. they say nothing has been ruled out as far as that is concerned. they are not saying it was definitely that either but they did not rule anything out. guys? >> michael henrick live from indianapolis. thank you for the update. 7:36. we're now getting a new look at the number of solo drivers commuting to work and where they are driving from. in san francisco, only 37.6% of workers commute alone in a car. just over 65% of marin workers drive alone to work. santa clara county has the second highest percentage at 76.6. solano just eeked them out with a slightly higher percentage than that. some lucky -- lucky people don't have to drive this morning. but sal's watching the roads for us anyway. >> that's right. we're looking at holiday light conditions, as dave mentioned. let's go outside and talk about
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the 880 freeway. look at some slow traffic here because of an earlier crash and the traffic is still unwinding. it slows near 980. the traffic has cleared. on a day like today, i wouldn't be surprised if the next time we look at it in a few minutes, it might be much better than that. let's move along and take a look at the bay bridge. you can see what i'm talking about. it's lighter than usual. a lot of schools are off to observe veterans day. if you are driving on the nimitz freeway, the traffic looks good. 7:38. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a couple of cold readings coming in. 39 in santa cruz proper and nancy in pescadero, made it down to 34 degrees. bell, the temperature did. i -- well, the temperature did. half moon bay airport at 31.
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so mostly clear skies. a little kind of system flirting by. no big deal. they would just go by. storm track stays sot -- to the north until maybe the end of the week. a little warmer. upper 50s yesterday. we'll go 60s today. overall, we're looking for a rather traffic beginning. cold, 30s, 40s. higher clouds but a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures kinds of coming up from 3 to 4 degrees from sunday. plenty of -- this is just feedback from the sacramento radar, but a few high clouds. we're on the southern edge of
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this. watch how this really stays to the north. stays in the north right there. around ukiah. fort bragg, waiting, waiting, waiting. a stronger system will drop in and then therein lies the rub. it looks -- it looks like a quiet week. high clouds, can't get away from the 30s. days are very short. low 60s for many. i did go 67 in santa cruz. that would be the warmest gilroy not far away. redwood city, 63 after the 58 yesterday. upper 50s to near 60s dan dash here comes the system for friday. i don't think it will do much. but maybe it will give us clouds and rain over the weekend. haven't nis, italy -- venice, italy, the city's high
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tide mark is at its sixth highest level in 150 years. about 70% of central venice is under water and in tuscany, 200 people have been forced to evacuate from their homes. flooding has collapsed bridges and despited -- destroyed vineyards. look at my yak in placer -- nyak in placer county. chains are required. the north star and heavenly are set to open on friday. bore rial is open -- borrial is open now. a rare bit of good economic news out from europe today. also, when was the last time an nfl game ended in a tie? the new color changing candle from air wick,
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outstanding patent disputes. the two companies announced they've signed an agreement. well, president obama is inviting business and labor leaders to the white house this week for talks on how to avoid the fiscal cliff. tomorrow, the president will meet with labor representatives and on wednesday he will meet with business leaders. he will travel to try to avoid the tax increases and spending cuts scheduled to take place at the beginning of the year. the white house says it's believed that to tax the wealthy won public approval in the vote last week.
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greece's prime minister says the country could come out of money next week unless money is released. jerry brown says the passage of the proposition are ready to fix the crisis. >> building roads is important, paying for schools is important, paying for the national defense is important, biodefense important. all of that takes money. >> well, in the meantime, prop 30 does not fix all of the budget problems. this week uc regents will consider a fee hike for grad schools. also cal state want extra fees on the superseniors. well, a verdict will be announced tomorrow in san francisco in the trial of the
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man accused of three violent sexual assaults in the mission district. frederick dozier is charged with 26 felonies. he faces a life sentence if convicted. the jury reached a verdict on friday but because of veterans day courts are closed today. a new study shows more students from china is driving the international race here. research shows that's because -- international students from china. many of those students are heading to schools in the midwest. federal investigators want to know the cause of a small plane crash in fresno. the plane was going from salinas to omaha, nebraska. one of the passengers was a
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doctor from mercy hospital in springfield, missouri. the other was his fare, a well- known businessman from omaha. the world war ii veteran is the grand marshall at a huge veterans day parade there. >> now, when this parade started back in 1967, there were three veterans, walking the streets with the flag. yesterday, organizers think about oh, 30,000 people there is a luting veterans. a lot of them were concerned about the wounded warriors. >> we have a lot of people coming off from service and they need more than thinks. they need a good job and they need the understanding out in the community. >> now, helena spent money raising money for her son. he lost his left hand in both legs in afghanistan. he's recovering now at walter reed medical center. about 100 coast guard sailors came back to their families on veterans day.
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they stepped off the cutter bertoff into waits arms in -- into waiting -- into loving waiting arms. they were away a month. they provided from hawaii to the arctic. they were providing sic security in the arctic. the next -- security in the arctic. the next mission is next march. for more events go to the we have interviews with family members of fallen soldiers. it's there on the video player. 7:49. contra costa health officials are urging smokers to -- smokers to kick the habit. it's part of the american cancer society's great american smokeout. health officials will provide free lung screenings and hand out quick kits. the kits and screenings will be available on wednesday and thursday at west county health center in san pablo, contra
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costa county regional medical center and the pug -- and the -- and in pittsburg. 49ers game ended in a tie. during o.t., david akers missed a 41-yarder that would have won the game. after a penalty, the rams missed a game winning field goal. the 15-minute overtime period ended with the score tied at 24- 24. the 49ers play the bears in one week on monday night fastball. but will the 9ers have -- football. but will the 9ers have alex smith? he was knocked out of the game with a concussion. he will now go see an independent neurologist and he has to go through a nonkak practice and a -- noncontact practice and a contact practice before he can be cleared to
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play. the raiders tied for most points allowed. they lost to the ravens, 55-20. they also scored a touchdown on a fake field goal. the basketball teams of syracuse university and san francisco state faced off on an aircraft carrier. the game was originally scheduled for friday but because of forecasted rain, it was moved to sunday. both teams did have to deal with gusty winds. the game's organizers had problems with only one working shot clock. looks pretty cool. >> yes. >> on the deck of "the midway." a major milestone on the bay bridge on a span. why construction crews may be breathing a sigh of relief.
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"sky fall took in 86.6 million. that's a new record for a new james bond movie on its premiere weekend. other movies -- most of the jewelry recovered from the "titanic" goes on display. the first public display since they were salvaged from the ocean. this was recovered back in 1987 during a research project. it will be displayed in orlando, atlanta and las vegas.
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construction crews have hit another milestone. the san francisco "chronicle" reports crews have almost finished shifting 45,000 tons of steel and concrete from a temporary support structure the new span is still scheduled to open by the end of next year. the golden gate state -- golden state warriors will begin their holiday outreach players. several players will partner with a family to go on shopping spree to lucky's. others plan to go to bay area schools, help with toy drives and serve food at homeless shelter. hundreds of turkeys will be going out to bay area nonprofit organizations. aaa will make the deliveries 0 the trucks.
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it's the 15th year aaa has used their trucks to feed thousands in the bay area. late tonight construction work begins on the caltrain track in san mateo county. caltrain is elevating the tracks. they will also create a new elevated station to replace the street level station at sylvan avenue. ial train says no service will be interrupted. how are things moving on 880? >> they are getting better. we're still checking it here. it is better. traffic is a little more crowded than it would be now that the accident is cleared, though, i think we'll see steady improvement heading south. a lot of people obviously use 880 to get to the airport and the coliseum area. it's still better than it was.
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out to the schools, it's been -- they are closed in observance of veterans day. if you are driving in contra costa county, about the only slow traffic we've picked up are on the way to alamo heading south. let's go to steve. >> well, well, the doctor -- well, the weather looks good. 32 in kenwood, 33 in boulder creek, scotts valley. you can see there is a lot of 30s. we're starting to bounce off some of them. 41 oakland airport. san rafael, a little more than that. but they were 38. a few high clouds storm track stays to the north.
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the weather -- did the weather help re-elect president obama? what a new study shows about the impact of supersandy -- impact of superstorm sandy. and a man was discovered in the trash after his friend was taking out trash.
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good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. it's monday, it's november 12th. a woman taking out her trash finds a man's body in her
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trash can. janine de la vega live in union city. i know you have new details and you just talked to the police. >> we're actually still waiting for the commander here at union city police department to come out and get some new information. but they did tell me on the phone, there are suspicious circumstances surrounding this man's death. that's because the trash can the man was found in did not belong to the home where it was found. let's go to video taken this morning. police were called to a home on 10th street after a woman taking out her trash found a man unconscious inside. the family says what's more disturbing, they recognized him. it was their family friend who stayed at the home on and off. he was taken to the hospital off and on. joshua gonzalez perez is his -- is his name. the family says at the alcohol
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it was determined there was alcohol in his system. he did have an ulcer as well as other symptoms. there's candles and a memorial growing to honor this man's memory. we're expecting to get more details when the police arrive. they are investigating leads but are asking if you know anything, they are asking that you give them a call. back to you. 8:02. meantime, a walnut creek man physicalling mor thor than a -- missing for more than a week has been found dead. michael steven mcnulty was found on saturday. his car was found in the redwood national forest. we'll have more details as they are available. two minutes after 8:00,
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happening now, rayly's employees are still on strike but they say they are cash shusly optimistic about today's negotiations. alex savidge is live to explain what we're learning about talks scheduled to get underway in about an hour good morning alex. >> reporter: well, they will be rushing to the bargaining table. negotiations resumed yesterday after a week -- a week of strikes and pickets at 90 stores across northern california. that includes rayly's nob hill and bel air stores. both sides in this case have agreed not to discuss the ongoing negotiations in any detail but the dispute centers
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around wage freezes an ben -- and benefit cuts. the workers believe this strike has been effective. that shoppers have been deterred from stores. >> reporter: a couple of hours ago, i did leave a message for the grocery chain. i've not received word back. in an hour from now, both sides will try to come to sort of -- some sort of an agreement. workers say they are willing to stay on strike until they get what they view as a fair contract. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alex. new this morning, hosess clop bow bakery workers are --
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clop -- hostess clop bow bakery workers are on -- co -- columbo workers are going on strike. those on the east coast still recovering from superstorm sandy have another problem -- looky-loos have been cruising the streets and cars and some are taking pictures. residents, many who are cleaning up from the damage don't like it at all. the head of the power company who serves new york's long island says he understands the frustration. about 75,000 homes and businesses still have no power. but the term was worst than expected. some angry residents marched in
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the streets. about 14,000 new jersey residents also have no electricity. republicans are blaming hurricane sandy for stealing the spotlight from mitt romney. a media tracking organization reportedly found that the three major networks spent just 42 minutes covering the last week of the presidential race. that's compared to 128 minutes in 2008 and 147 minutes in 2004. some also say that president obama did better with all of the storm coverage, thanks in part, to chris christie in new jersey who praised barometer in the way he handled the disaster. chevron's plan to repair the damage m richmond is not -- in richmond is not expected to have a significant impact on corroded -- into -- sta significant impact on pollution
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levels. today there's help for people in danger of losing their homes to foreclosure. oakland mayor jean quan is sponsoring the event which begins at 9:30 and runs until 3:30. it will be held at the oakland marriott center. wells fargo will help its customers work out payment changes. there will be information about buying homes as well. san leandro's parking garage will open to the public. it's a four-story garage. there will be 384 parking spaces. that's 50% more than the original that used to be there. city officials are hoping this
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new garage will lure more customers to downtown businesses. 8:07. we want to check in with sal, keeping a close eye on the commute. once again 880, sal. >> that's right, tori and dave. we had a crash about an hour ago on 880 at 23rd. finally, we're seeing some relief. traffic was wad from 9 a -- from 980 to high street. northbound was never a-- never affected. let's go to the san mateo bridge. that traffic looks good heading over to the high rise. on the vallejo commute. vallejo to richmond that's been lighter than usual. heading out to the richmond area. let's go to steve.
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antioch made it down to 33. fairfield 39. a lot of 40s. even a cold alley in san francisco at 42. there's some cold reading. the outer sunset was chilly. pescadero made it down to 34. higher clouds stream. there could be light rain. i think it's -- will be a teeter-to ther effect. a little one. each day. today into tuesday, maybe wednesday. i will get out of the way so you can see if any rainfall is in mendocino county or lake county. there could be a few. that's kind of the cutoff line. you can see where some of the moisture is and it's thinning
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out. that's just feedback. so a couple of days of higher clouds. cold mornings. mostly fair, mostly sunny. higher clouds to the north. it's cold in the morning. 60s on the temperatures. yesterday we had a lot more 50s. today we'll have more 60s. warmest will be toward san jose, gilroy and capitola. not much change, afternoon highs. the next system will try to punch its way toward us. i think runs into a lot of resistance. a stronger system wants to move in here. >> all right. 8:10. who knew what when? questions on capitol hill about the time line of the investigation into that extramarital affair that led david petraeus to resign as head of the cia. and there was extra excitement at the arizona
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the race for the district 7 seat, still too close to call. after six rounds of rank-choice voting, norman yee has 11,945 votes. labor leader, crowley has
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11,924 votes. that's a difference of just 21 votes. there are about 3,000 provisional votes left to count. we're hearing that some people who registered to vote at dmv offices found themselves not able to vote in the november 6th election. :14. top lawmakers say they will look into why the fbi waited so long to tell them about their investigation into cia director david petraeus' extramarital affair. petraeus stepped down on friday. we have details of a second room now who appears to be the
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reason behind the original fbi investigation. published reports say an fbi vex come out of complaints by a woman that paula broadwell was sending harassing e-mails to her. that woman was jill kelly. she's a close family friend of the retired general. congressional leaders including dianne feinstein, say they were alerted friday to the affair and resignation. there were concerns that national security was compromised. petraeus was expected to testify this week about the attacks in libya. >> the one thing that -- we have to get to the bottom of benghazi. i don't see how you can find out about that if jebel petraeus doesn't testify. >> reporter: the acting a cia director will testify instead.
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republicans want him to return to the u.s. and testify. 8:14. another insider attack in afghanistan and another member of the u.s.-led coalition in afghanistan has been killed. authorities say the gunman was wearing an afghan army uniform yesterday when he shot and killed a british soldier. at least 60 coalition service members have been killed so far this year in about 845 insider attacks. the attacks have raised questions about how effectively allied forces can train them to take over their own country in 2014. the department of defense is reporting that a 26-year-old soldier from southern california was killed by an explosion in afghanistan over the weekend. 26-year-old kenneth bennett -- kenneth bennett from glendora
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was assigned to lewis mcchord air base. new this morning -- in syria, a fighter jet bombed a part of syria today near the turkish border. a large plume of smoke could be seen. this comes as there's word that groups have reached a deal to form an opposition leadership under pressure from the international community. tyers poor -- it appears that congress may be ready to deal with immigration reform. charles schumer said that he and republican senator lindsey gram of south carolina will restart talks on their immigration plan put on hold. charles schumer says he thinks this time around it will happen because he has learned -- he thinks republicans have learned that this doesn't work for
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them. in the advocare 500 race yesterday, jeff gore on it intentionally crashed into client bowyer, retaliating for an earlier incident between those drivers. bowyer's pit crew didn't like that and went after gordon after that -- when he got out of his car. the fi it lased for several minutes before everyone was finally pulled apart. kevin harvick won the race. mark wilson quit the team and there's allegations that mike leach has been abusing players. 8 -- 8:18. a road scholar finalist from stanford is waiting to see if
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he will get a final jet to shuttle him to two of the biggest events of his life. he plans to run for the ncaa cross-country championship in louisville, kentucky. that's the same day as his road scholar interview. he can do both. but he will need a jet to pull it off. los angeles lakers have a new coach. it's not phil jackson. the tam signed him to a four- year deal. he coached the new york knicks for three seasons. he tangs over the lakers from mike brown who was fired after a
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1-4 start. there are plans for an indoor trampoline park in antioch. rockin' jump plans to lease more than 23,000 square feet of the former got chalk's building. they have locations in dublin and san carlos. 8:19. cooldown sparks new concerns for local firefighters. the hidden dangers inside your home that can cause it to go up in flames. and look out the window. it looks good. will the -- are the cold temperatures gonna, around for a while? steve is coming back. it's time to change the way we clean.
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up. that's because many light spaces. in mountain view, this home was destroyed after of a -- >> the reality of the situation is how close a -- fast a fire can destroy your house. look at all of the damage it caused. mountain view fire officials say in a 24-hour time period, they responded to four house fires related to people trying to get up -- trying to heat up their homes. >> let's see what's happening on the roads. sal, can you take care of your friends in the south bay? >> yes, i can. >> okay. >> thank you. we're looking at 101. it's looking okay with just a little bit of slowing here as you come up and get close to the 880 interchange. today a lot of people, businesses schools, et cetera, closed in observation of
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veterans day. i suspect for the afternoon commute as well. as we look at 880, we've had some slowing in fremont heading south. but there has not been much traffic. and when you go to the toll plaza -- >> it's sunny out there, sal. cold about it. no 30s. that's not gonna change. each day our temperatures will come up a little bit. i think we bottomed out on the high temperatures on sunday. a lot of 30s. still now we're bouncing off and the days are getting very short. angle the sun very slow as well. so high clouds overall, mostly cloudy, a little low will be digging offshore. a little bit warmer today than more so into tuesday. highs today, though, in the 60s, low to mid, could be warmer towards santa cruz and gilroy. 8:25. why a church in san francisco
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makes a last-minute bid to block a pastor from taking over. why that minister is considered so controversial. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where a killer is on the loose. we'll tell you about the warning going out to homeless women as a result. vf%?q
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rosa with more on the killing of a young woman. >> reporter: well, people are on edge here after someone they knew was killed. police say that michaele lay woolridge was brutally stabbed a couple of weeks ago. she was killed in an alley on third street where flowers now live. november 1st. now, investigators believe that wooledridge the, the mother of a 2-year-old boy, was most likely killed where she was found and the detective said she was stabbed several times with some sort of a blade-edge instrument. we found some pictures on myspace. she had been suffering from trauma and he say she came from san francisco to humboldt county at the start of october to reabout -- begin a program
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but dropped out -- to begin a drug program but dropped out. we put in a call to the sergeant on the race, the recovery center and the living room and we'll let you know what they have to say. as far as homeless women around here say, a killer is still on the loose and they are going to remain hypervigilant. the family of a man whose body was found in a hayward auto body shop is demanding answers. family and friends held a vigil for him last night. police say his body was found inside an abandoned auto repair shop on tuesday. he was last seen october 21st and family members think the police did not take his disappears -- disappearance seriously. >> we need to force them to investigate. we need to make sure that this is not a back-burner case. >> carrios will be cremated and
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remembered december 1st. a driver arrested of a his car plunged off an over -- after his car plunged over an overpass. allie rasmus has the details about what may have led up to the crash. >> reporter: pinole police this crash was caused by a drunk driver and they arrested a man from concord. now this, happened on the appian way bridge. while the exact circumstances are still under investigation, police believe it happened something like this. the driver was going westbound. he made it to that intersection and he tried to make a left turn but instead of straightening out, he drifted into that concrete barrier, you can see 0 -- you can see on the left of the screen. the car landed below and ended up in the right lane of 880. luckily no other cars were
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affected. no one was seriously hurt. the driver was arrested. his 4-year-old passenger also from concord was not seriously injured and he declined to go to the hospital for treatment. this happened at midnight. for most of the overnight hours, caltrans crews worked to repair the barrier. parts of a 20-foot chunk of it fell on the freeway when it fell through it. and a pinole sergeant said it was very fortunate. no one else was affected by this. by 4:00 in the morn, the repair work was done. you can see where caltrans crews nailed a metal guardrail on the barrier to cover the gap. right now they have plastic barricades in front of the gap just for ped partnership -- freeway. the bridge is -- for -- for
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ped. the -- for pedestrian traffic. the bridge is fully operational. back to you. a memorial for veterans stands in the mojave desert. this ends a legal battle that goes all the way to the supreme court. back in april, a judge approved a land swap with the veterans of foreign wars. >> it's been a 13-year battle and a lot of ups and downs. we're told it has to come down and we cried over that and wean we heard it can save. we've your -- and then we heard it can stay. we are just so happy it can stay. >> the stolen cross was found last week in half moon bay and it will be returned.
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a san francisco church has rejected plans to have a controversial pastor installed as its new leader. officials drafted an emergency resolution blocking j.j. hunter from taking over -- john j. hunter it from taking overles pulpit. he was investigated for his -- over the pulpit. he was investigated for taxes and credit card. a woman's wheelchair vehicles were stolen. they were stolen from had front of her home last week. one car is a 1999 gold dodge caravan. the license plate number is 1698 vdp. the other car is a crv honda.
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both vehicles have more than $28,000 in modifications. if you have any information, call menlo park police. vallejo police are investigating an armed robbery at a pool hall. police say two men went into the pool hall on solano avenue around 1:30 on saturday morning. they were armed with guns and robbed people of their personal belongings. no one was hurt. much of venice, italy, believe it or not, is flooded. the city's high tide mark is at its 6th highest level in 150 years. 70% of central venice is under yachter -- is underwater. in tuscany, 200 people have been investigated. zy reason -- ski season back here at home, just
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starting. this morning, chains are required from ny. ka to borriel, which,by the way, opens in 5 minutes from now. north star and heavenly plan to open on friday. you can always get updates on the best weather information, listen to steve. you can also go to click on that weather tab. 8:36. do you think you have the longest commute in the state? california watch reports that unfortunate designation actually goes to contra costa county. people who live there spend an average of 32.2 points in the car every day. in contra costa county, 17% of people travel an hour or more to work. compare that to humboldt county. statewide fewer than one in 10
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californians commute. >> 8:36. what's happening in contra costa county? >> and highway 4 traffic is doing pretty well as i look at my screens. you can tell by looking at this, -- what rises at the top of the chp list, debris in the road. but not a lot of crashes and volume which should make you happy if you are going to the bay bridge. there's not gonna be a big delay. it was so light. they didn't -- they didn't turn the metering lights on today. enjoy this while you can. a lot of people are observing veterans day. 880 southbound, a little bit of slowing. but even that is getting better on the way to fremont. let's go to steve. thank you.
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kenwood, 32. even pescadero, 34. it's cold on the coast. it's cold anywhere. antioch, 33. mostly sunny, storm track is going to stay to the north to maybe late in the week. maybe late in the week. 30s and 40s, we're starting to bounce off the morning lows. a little breeze or northerly breeze but high pressure is gonna build in through probably wednesday as the low digs off the coast and then it will slowly, slowly meander toward us. again the timing on these are just brutal. yesterday, very, very cool, upper 50s or very low 60s. today it will be low to mid- 60s. we're come coming up a few -- we are acoming up a few degrees. where -- we're coming up a few des. the storm track will stay up to humboldt county for a while. mostly sunny, higher clou to the north -- higher clouds to
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the north. i think about 62, 63. fairfield in there, brentwood, napa, san rafael, novato, oakland, everyone really close on the highs until you get to santa cruz or gill roye. mid-60s there. it will be warmer -- gilroy. mid-60s there. it will be warmth he. and then we'll see the system inch closer to us. there is a stronger system coming in behind that so we might get lighter rain on saturday. 8:39. well, gay marriage opponents say they will make starbucks pay after it supported a gay marriage ballot measure in washington state. they already have 50,000 people who say they will not buy starbucks products. the group says it will tell people in the middle east who it says are much more hostile about gay rights about starbucks' political stand.
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on wednesday, the air right sources board will hold its first auction under the lapd mark cap and trade law. now, under that law, big polluters have to buy credits to account for their missions. the board says that system will help drive california toward a clean energy economy. 8:39. have you ever felt too sleep foy drive? well, the chp is launching a -- sleepy to drive? well, the chp is lawning a week- long investigation into this. it was a great football game yesterday. 49ers and rams. it was a rare tie. how sunday's game at candlestick could have a big impact on the rest of the season. and the huge toll on the community after a massive explosion in the midwest left two dead and 200 out of their home. [ female announcer ] martinelli's gold medal sparkling cider
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u.s. stocks edging toward small losses as investigators keep fretting about the fiscal cliff. the federal market and bonds are closed for this veterans day. taking a look at the big board, the dow is down 24. the nasdaq is down 6. s&p down 1. thanksgiving dinner will be a little more expensive this year mainly because of the main attraction. a turkey that will feed ten people will cost a little more than $22. that's up almost $1 from last year. the total cost for dinner will average $49.50, which is 3% more than last year. 8:44. let's bring you up 0 date on some of the other stories we're following for you. there may be a positive development in the 8-day-old strike. negotiations are expected to
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resume between rayly's and the management. some members of congress want to know when the fbi started to investigate david petraeus and his extramarital affair. dianne feinstein says the committee should have been told about it a lot earlier. a man who was found unconscious inside a union city trash can has died. janine de la vega is live with the latest information about his death. janine? >> reporter: dave, police are investigating this one of their top priority cases. you can see a memorial has been left here. the candles have been burning all night and into early this morning. it was at this house where that man was found. now, if you look over here, it was a trash can like the one you were looking at that was found. police say someone brought a trash can to the home. officers came to the home on 10th street after a woman
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taking out her trash found an unconscious man inside the bin. her family told me she reck deak dash recognized him. he's a family friend who says at the house off anded on. crews him to -- and on. emergency crews took him to the hospital where he kye -- where he died. he did have an ulcer and suffered from other medical issues. they are taking this incident very seriously because of its suspicious nature? we've received information that trash can didn't belong to the resident. so we're in the process of trying to track down where it came from. >> whether it's a plank of some sort or whether that perp was injured and placed in the can -- that person was injured and placed in the can. we don't know. we're treating it as a serious crime at this time. >> reporter: the man has been identified as 21-year-old joshua gonzalez-perez. he's described as being very
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friendly and funny. we do know that he lives sometimes in union city. he has prior addresses in hayward. he grew up in the lodi area. we just some more family members out here but they were -- they were too shaken up to speak to -- to speak to me. neighbors have been coming up and dropping off flowers. everybody is just disturbed over what happened here. police at this moment are back at the police department investigating. they are trying to establish a time line of how this all took place, who this man might have been with in the hours of his death. they would like anybody who has information. 8:47. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a massive explosion in an indiana neighbor over the -- neighborhood over the weekend. ♪ amay izing -- amazing
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grace ♪ >> last night, the community came together to remember a teacherp in this deadly house explosion. 200 people were forced out of their homes. >> i was sleeping in my bed and my wife started screaming. i didn't know what was going on. >> the fire department is letting some people return home to grab some of their belongings. early damage estimates say the costs could be upwards of $about 3 million. new this morning, new shakeup for the british broadcasting corporation. two bbc executives are temporarily giving up their duties while an internal investigation continues. that follows saturday's investigation of george entwistle. he stepped down after the bbc aired a story that wrongly
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accused a politician of child sex abuse. weeks before that it was reported that the bbc did not report allegations against a former bbc host. well, president obama is inviting business and labor leaders to come to the white house this week to talk about how to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. tomorrow, the president meets with labor leaders. on wednesday he will meet with business leaders. the president will travel outside of washington trying to build support for his plan to avoid the series of tax hikes. due to -- due to take effect at the end of the year. the white house officials believe -- officials believe that the president raising taxes on the wealthy won in last week's vote. eurozone finance ministers
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are too due to meet today -- are due meet today. the prime minister says his country could run out of money by the end of the week unless those funds are released. governor brown says the proposition of -- passage of proposition 30 are ready to help fix the u.s. fiscal crisis. >> building roads is important, investing in schools is important, paying for the national defense is important. biomedical research is important, the space tram is an independent said -- program is an independent vader of the -- the space program is an indicator of the world leader. all of those take money. a verdict will be announced tomorrow in san francisco in the trial of the man accused of three violent sexual assaults in the mission district.
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frederick dozier is charged with 26 felonies. he faces a life sentence if convicted on all counts. the jury reached a verdict on friday bau bus bar -- but because of -- friday but because of the hoyle, the courts are closed today -- holiday, the courts are closed today. international enrollment for students grew almost 6%. the research shows it's mainly because of a 23% prize in students from china. a lot of those students are heading to the midwest. the federal investigators want to know the how a deadly plane crash happened that went down in shaver lake. one of the doctors was a -- passengers was a doctor from marcie hospital in missouri. the other victim, his father.
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the st. louis/rams game ended in a tie. david akers made a field goal, to send the game into overtime. but he missed the point that would have give them the win. the score's tied at 4. the 49ers play the bears in one week on monday night football but will they have their starting quarterback for the gym? alex smith will now go see an independent neurologist to be evaluated. and he will determine whether alex smith can play next week.
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raiders were blown by the ravens. today is the day to honor americans vets. more on the special tribute at a newly-unveiled memorial in the east bay. and sal will have one last look at your traffic in san francisco.
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a memorial will be held this weekend for a brentwood man killed in a plane flash contra costa county. a celebration of the -- plane crash in contra costa county. a celebration of the wife of beanie will be held this week. he and another man were killed. a memorial was held for strabel at the byron airport. a shelter's founder says one-fifth of the homeless in the u.s. are veterans. after that dedication ceremony will be a service to pray for current u.s. soldiers. that flyover capped off the dedication ceremony for the new castro valley memorial about 2,000 people were there for yesterday's event.
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there's granite slabs each representing a member. there's epgravements for those who made the ultimate sacrifice. all right. 8:5. one more time with sal -- 8:56 and by want to check in one more time with sal. >> 101 in san francisco looks pretty good approaching the 80 split. certainly there are people out there, but a lot of places are closed for the veterans day. it was so light on the highway, they didn't even turn the metering lights on. if you are driving on the peninsula, i think 101 looks good. a little bit slow in san mateo. but that's about all. let's go to steve. >> a cold, cold morning giving way to mostly sunny skies. upper 50s to lower 60s. it looks pretty quiet until the end of the week. could see some rain in here
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late friday -- >> is it gonna be significant rain? >> next week. >> that's r the holiday. >> could be. >> it's setting up that way. >> refully okay. >> it's not aligned exactly how i would like it to be. but it's close. >> you are keeping -- >> okay. >> that's our report for this morning. thank you for trusting ktvu. >> be sure to watch the news at noon for more on the talk to end the supermarket strike that could affect the thanksgiving holiday. an important time. we're always here for you at thank you for joining us. ♪
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